Residents have made available photos and videos of Russia soldiers captured by Wagner, a convicted criminal mercenary private military group who helped Russia captured Crimea, a town in Ukraine in 2014.
Residents also posted videos of Wagner group soldiers advancing through Voronezh Oblast towards the direction of Moscow, the Russia capital.
The video reportedly showed the Wagner Group’s convoy moving across Russia’s Voronezh Oblast in the direction of Moscow
Wagner group advanced towards Moscow after they captured and took control of Rostov-on-Don, a town where Russia military headquarters that protects southern Russia region and oversees the fighting in Ukraine is located.
A video posted by Wagner group boss, Yevgeny Prigozhin on Saturday morning, showed Wagner group soldiers fully in control of the Russia military headquarters. Yevgeny Prigozhin said in a video recorded while he was at the building, that, no single Russia soldier confronted them, adding, they all ran away.
Wagner group had accused Russia top military generals of killing over 2000 Wagner soldiers through airstrikes. The group leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin vowed to use over 25,000 of his men alive to kill top Russia military generals in retaliation.
Wagner operation on the territory of Russia as gathered has already led to the capture of Rostov, several federal highways, the headquarters of the Southern District among others.
Prigozhin also posted photos of disarmed Russian soldiers at the Bugaivka border crossing: “Another 180 Russian soldiers and security forces refused to interfere and laid down their arms,” he said.
It would be recalled that Wagner group are prisoners or criminals serving jail term in Russia prisons tasked by President Vladimir Putin of Russia to capture Crimea in 2014 with a promise to grant them state pardon.
After Wagner group successful operation in Crimea, the group became private military mercenary.
Since February 24, 2022 President Vladimir Putin declared war in Ukraine, Wagner group has been fighting for Russia against Ukraine in the eastern region of Bakhmut till Friday, the Wagner group made U-turn and turned their weapons against Russia military.